How to Install Webfs Web Server on Ubuntu

Webfs is a nice small web server that helps users to host static content immediately. The web server when installed is capable of hosting static websites and media. It is a better alternative to heavy-duty web servers that are more CPU hungry. You will see how to install Webfs on an Ubuntu server in the…

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How to Install Craft CMS on Ubuntu

Craft is a flexible, user-friendly CMS, which allows you to be creative without having to worry about the technicalities. It’s also a content management system that’s immensely flexible and that offers you various solutions for getting your website up and running. This CMS is intended for blogs, magazines, agency websites, news sites, or any other…

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How to Install Rust Programming Language on AlmaLinux 8 and Rocky Linux 8

Rust is often called rust-lang. Rust is a general-purpose programming language that aims to be safe, concurrent, and practical. Rust was created by Graydon Hoare in 2010, and the first stable version (1.0.0) was released in May 2015. Graydon Hoare has been the principal architect of Rust, with contributions from Dave Herman, Brendan Eich, and…

How to Install JAVA JDK on AlmaLinux 8, CentOS 8 and Rocky Linux 8

Java is a popular programming language used to build a variety of apps and websites. But what is the real story of Java, and who uses it? Java has been around since 1995. It was released by Sun Microsystems as a programming language for “smart” consumer devices, particularly those with multimedia capabilities. This included interactive…

How to Install Hyper Terminal in Ubuntu

Any Ubuntu release includes several command-line interfaces (CLIs) that you may use to suit your unique requirements. The console’s adaptability and simplicity of use are enhanced by its development in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Hyper Terminal also provides a wide selection of additional features, and that’s why the bulk of people prefer it. As just…

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How to Install MongoDB on RockyLinux 8

MongoDB is an open-source document-oriented database program. It is a NoSQL, high-performance, and scalable database system that uses JSON-like documents with schemata. MongoDB stores data in flexible, JSON-like documents with dynamic schemata instead of enforcing a rigid relational structure. It has better horizontal scalability than traditional RDBMS. MongoDB is a NoSQL program which means we…

How to Install Anaconda Python Distribution on Rocky Linux 8

Anaconda is an open-source package manager and distribution of Python. It is designed for machine learning and data science and comprises several open-source packages. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps for the installation of Anaconda on a Rocky Linux 8 or CentOS 8 system. Installing Anaconda Step 1: Install Prerequisites You…

How to Install OpenLiteSpeed Web server on Rocky Linux 8

OpenLiteSpeed is an open-source web server. This tutorial shows you how to install OpenLiteSpeed on Rocky Linux 8. The tutorial is also compatible with other RHEL clones Like CentOS 8 and AlmaLinux 8. Prerequisites In order to install OpenLiteSpeed, you will need the following: A non-root user with sudo privileges. A Rocky Linux 8 /…

Jupyter Notebook Installation on Ubuntu 20.04

Jupyter Notebook is a powerful and open-source tool for the documentation of data and scientific analysis. Python, R, Julia, and Scala are just a few of the languages supported by Jupyter Notebook. It has a kernel for each language, an editor for writing and running code, and real-time output cells. Jupyter Notebook is an interactive…

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How to Install Jitsi Meet Video Conference Software on Ubuntu

Jitsi Meet is a WebRTC-based video conferencing software that allows you to communicate with others. A Jitsi Meet server allows you to join multi-person video conference rooms that function similarly to a Zoom or Skype meeting. The advantage of a Jitsi conference is that all of your data travels only through your server, and end-to-end…

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